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Shackled City (Pathfinder) - GM_Chris

Game Master Chris Shannon 719

This will be the Shackled City adventure path using the Pathfinder rule set. However, the existing deities (i.e. St. Cuthbert, Pelor, Wee Jas) will not be converted to similar Golarion gods.


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Silfr wrote:
Any updates to your killer DM shirt because of this fiasco?

No oracles listed on the shirt so I might have to get creative. I can probably include zombie considering their role.


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class
GM_Chris wrote:
No oracles listed on the shirt so I might have to get creative. I can probably include zombie considering their role.

Mummy <> Zombie.

Are mummies on the shirt?


Male Half-Elf Summoner (Synthesist) 1 / Paladin 2

Can we get a GM call on Dryant's last in-character post?

It sounds like he is pantomiming, which is a perform skill, which in turns references the bard performance ability, a standard action.

So he only has a move left to draw his bow, and can't load it as well. Also he should make his skill roll rather than assume the goblins understand his bizarre gestures, since they might find them related to dogs and so deeply offensive.


We're moving along again, but a bit too slow. I doubt we'll get back to the multiple posts everyday pace soon, but I am going to push the game once a day. Hopefully that we'll get the momentum going. It's a vicious cycle. The game goes slow, so people check less often, so it goes even slower. Hopefully the guarantee of at least a once a day push will make the cycle work in the other direction.


Male Human (Per +6 | Fort +16 Ref +11 Will +21 | AC 29 (f28/t15) | CMD 20)

Just in time... I'll be on vacation starting this Wed. for a week. I'll have limited access to a computer so I'll be posting from my phone. That means few updates and poor combat stats if we have another combat soon. I'll try and keep up but feel free to fire my crossbow at random (friend or foe) and keep the healing flowing. :)

Happy Holidays everyone.


Atol Lem wrote:

Just in time... I'll be on vacation starting this Wed. for a week. I'll have limited access to a computer so I'll be posting from my phone. That means few updates and poor combat stats if we have another combat soon. I'll try and keep up but feel free to fire my crossbow at random (friend or foe) and keep the healing flowing. :)

Happy Holidays everyone.

Could've brought that up at dinner last night. 8-P


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class
GM_Chris wrote:
Atol Lem wrote:

Just in time... I'll be on vacation starting this Wed. for a week. I'll have limited access to a computer so I'll be posting from my phone. That means few updates and poor combat stats if we have another combat soon. I'll try and keep up but feel free to fire my crossbow at random (friend or foe) and keep the healing flowing. :)

Happy Holidays everyone.

Could've brought that up at dinner last night. 8-P

Lolz.

Thanks to both of youse for judging last night.


Male Human (Per +6 | Fort +16 Ref +11 Will +21 | AC 29 (f28/t15) | CMD 20)

hehehehe. Yeah, I wasn't thinking about it, I was too worried about Ms. Feathers. I'll still be able to post daily I promise!


No wifi in the guest apartment at my mom's place here in Denver. I'll have to post maps from Starbucks.


M Steinneblin (Rock Gnome) Paladin 13/Cavalier 1

Will be busy with the holiday here, but will try to check in once a day so Glim's not holding up any action.


Found wifi in the common room at the apartment building. :)

Pushing forward daily as promised.


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class

Yay!

Dyrant cheers then quickly regains his composure, his face turning to sneer and looking directly at the 'innocent' Atol.


Male Human (Per +6 | Fort +16 Ref +11 Will +21 | AC 29 (f28/t15) | CMD 20)

But. But. But... I posted! :)


Merry Christmas all!

Pushing one or even two might work, but 3/4 of the party is a stretch. I'm guessing people will show up in a day or two again.


No Internet at the in-laws. I'll move the story along tomorrow morning (Tuesday).


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class
GM_Chris wrote:
Dr. Toffitt mixes up his elixir and challenges the darkness. It responds, "Looks tasty!". The doctor will then notice a bugbear in leather armor standing right behind him. In his left hand he is holding a shield with human, elf, and dwarf hands and tongues nailed to it. In his right hand is a morning star. He has bloodshot red eyes and reeks of death.

BOR-RING! BOR-RING!

This scene has already been done to death.

See here at the 3:48 mark: conclusive video proof.

* * *

I like Atol as the guy on the right.

Dr. Toffee failed to get help.

Finn as the guy on the left.


LOL.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

Chris, do you have any thoughts about how to handle the task in combat of staying with 10' of someone, for purposes of magic circle of protection? I'm unclear about how the rules might accommodate this.

My proposal would be that everyone would need to be within 10' of the focal person by the end of their turn. As opposed to having to inch forward within the constraints of 10' or use readied actions to move together...


Works for me until we get into spring attack and similar movements.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

So maybe GM's call about the route our movements are taking. If we're obviously moving in a path that would take us outside of 10' before we catch up with the circle, that of course would be a no no.


Exactly.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

Evil Eye is mind-affecting...


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

Finneas, Toffitt and Glimmil have PfE.

What kind of armor is this guy wearing??? Does he really have 20 AC after losing his Dex and being at -2 to AC for being blind?

Also, was the other door open or closed? If it was open, Toffitt had another +2 from flank.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs
GM_Chris wrote:
And yes Mr. Toffitt, you did hit the blinded creature. Congratulations. However most of it did not go through assuming it's the dueling blade.

Every HP counts, especially with Fast Healing to contend with...


Not throwing in the towel, just putting up a white flag. Trying to find patience with many things not involving the game.

The vampire had
- 19 HP
- DR 10/magic & silver
- Fast healing 5

Essentially, a two hit kill for a power attacking paladin like Glimmil. I thought he could get in for a tease and get away with the narrow coordidors. Not so much with the smiting paladin and glitterdust and awful rolls. He'd already failed twice trying to dominate, but the will save was only 12. Congrats. You made mincemeat out of the mod.

If I'm reading the rules right (which I seem to be having trouble with lately), the vampire automatically turns into gas at 0 hit points and can't be hurt anymore.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

Good thing I cast magic weapon on my silver-encrusted rules gavel!


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class

AC?

For me, I was really worried and think we got lucky at our good saves and his bad ones.

I thought for sure we were going to have to leave and come back.

Huzzah.


|| Per +18 | Fort +13 Ref +8 Will +13 | BAB +12 | CMB +17 | CMD 29 || Init +7 Half-Orc (Smoking Eye) Oracle of Battle/Barbarian (Armored Hulk)/Rage Prophet/Chevalier 4/3/5/3

I personally thought you handled it well. I thought for sure he had us in that little room. If anything I'm surprised he didn't just stand 5' from the door so we had to come at him single file. We got very very lucky. The module was written for 3.5 and Pathfinder paladin's are absolute BBEG killers, so I don't think you should feel bad at all.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

I definitely had an overblown sense of how threatening he was. Thanks for your patience, Chris with the extent to which that showed up as persnickety parsing of his perambulation.


The ease of Pathfinder tumbling through makes blocking a passage much more difficult.

The glitter dust really put it over the top though.


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class
GM_Chris wrote:
The glitter dust really put it over the top though.

In what little defense I can offer, it was Glitterdust from a scroll. DC13. FROM A SCROLL.

We rolled well, the vamp didn't. :(


M Steinneblin (Rock Gnome) Paladin 13/Cavalier 1

I never thought of Glimmil as a threat when it comes to damage. For what it's worth, power attacking for Glimmil is a mere +2 extra damage.

I had for some reason expected this guy to have 60-75HP and was quite concerned he's trounce us.

It was definitely the Glitterdust though. Blindness is pretty harsh for someone who planned to tease and withdraw.


Drakthar is one of those "underpowered" creatures that I typically despise. The vampire template is intended for 5+ HD creatures for a reason. At least when they do something "injured" or "immature" writers usually make it obvious. Are there no good creatures at this level? Could this story line not have been moved to later in the story arc with a full vampire? Anyway, it is what it is and I have no interest in rewriting the whole story arc as some have done.


Male Human (Per +6 | Fort +16 Ref +11 Will +21 | AC 29 (f28/t15) | CMD 20)

For what it's worth I repeat the comments above. I really thought we were screwed there even with the blindness. I figured he was pulling us into a trap. Lucky rolls for us, unlucky for the judge - it happens.

A dominate here or there would have turned the tables as much as the glitterdust did. Lucky...


|| Per +18 | Fort +13 Ref +8 Will +13 | BAB +12 | CMB +17 | CMD 29 || Init +7 Half-Orc (Smoking Eye) Oracle of Battle/Barbarian (Armored Hulk)/Rage Prophet/Chevalier 4/3/5/3

GM Chris:

Also this particular arc was thrown in after the fact to connect the first and second modules, so it's not as well thought out.


Male Half-Elf Summoner (Synthesist) 1 / Paladin 2

Re Painlord complaining about meta-gaming....

  • You bought the glitterdust scroll in a shop, & in greyhawk d&d magic items are consumer goods.
  • In general magic use is an ever changing personally unique mystery but follows well known universal rules known in-game.
  • Likewise clerical domains are not secret knowledge and even uneducated people know which deity to pray for domain related desires (crops, weather, fortune etc).
  • It should not surprise you that a former tutor of religious & planar knowledge, summoner of arcane power from other planes, and caster of arcane spells would know about magic (both arcane and divine).
  • Glitterdust can be cast by the bard, magus, sorcerer/wizard, summoner and witch classes.
  • Only bards and witches can cure light wounds, which Dryant has done.
  • Therefor is can be deduced that if single classed then Dryant is either a terrible bard or a witch.
  • Since Dryant also cast enlarge person, he is either a single class witch or the remaining alternative, a multi-class cleric/arcane caster.
  • By his actions he has revealed himself as a charlatan pretending to be a cleric of st. cuthbert casting clerical spells granted to his class by that diety.


Lol.

I won't be able to post until tonight. Try not to kill each other by then.

As of now the party seems split on the direction. I might roll dice again.


Stats:
F14:R16:W16 (+2);K(Arc)23;K(Dun)12;K(Hist)16;K(Loc)22;K(Nat)22;K(Pln)27;K(Rel)22;Perc 25;SMot 20;Spllcft 26;UMD 18
Cuthbertist 15 - Bludgeoner First Class
Silfr wrote:

Re Painlord complaining about meta-gaming....

  • You bought the glitterdust scroll in a shop, & in greyhawk d&d magic items are consumer goods.
  • In general magic use is an ever changing personally unique mystery but follows well known universal rules known in-game.
  • Likewise clerical domains are not secret knowledge and even uneducated people know which deity to pray for domain related desires (crops, weather, fortune etc).
  • It should not surprise you that a former tutor of religious & planar knowledge, summoner of arcane power from other planes, and caster of arcane spells would know about magic (both arcane and divine).
  • Glitterdust can be cast by the bard, magus, sorcerer/wizard, summoner and witch classes.

Wow. Now I see the error of my ways.

I've been approaching this game all wrong.

I will be asking GM Chris if I can take a few ranks of Prof (Scholar/Tutor) and have full and perfect knowledge of every single spell, magical effect, deity, clerical domain, class, and power Greyhawk. All without rolling a die or making a check.

I totally apologize. I really thought that such perfect knowledge would be metagaming and I've been foolishly putting points into Knowledge (Arcana, Religion, Planes, Local) & Spellcraft.

I wish I had known the that Silfr knew everything about everything.

My apologies.

* * *

Silfr wrote:
  • By his actions he has revealed himself as a charlatan pretending to be a cleric of st. cuthbert casting clerical spells granted to his class by that diety.

This is the saddest metagame point out of them all...but maybe this is the core problem with Silfr.

I think Silfr forgot about Dyrant's start: blubbering about never, ever being allowed to be a true cleric of St. Cuthbert.

To me, (and I hope others), Dyrant's main sadness in Chapter 1 was his regret at never being like Atol and showing the divine spark.

To suggest that Dyrant has been presenting himself as a cleric of St. Cuthbert when he clearly has said that he'll never be one is a curious thing to try and argue.

Dyrant, on several occasions, has thanked St. Cuthbert for sending him his Angel, who is truly responsible for his casting powers. That is true. Dyrant really believes that. Dyrant is convinced that Angel is from St. Cuthbert.

You can try to argue him out of that, but you should probably do that in character and without metagaming.

* * *

Until then, Silfr, Dyrant will go back to ignoring Silfr...despite Silfr repeated provokes.

I think it's for the best.

p.s. Nice use of the "list" coding...I've never seen it used so well.


stuff:
Replace cleric with oracle of st cuthbert or whatever your blubbering means at the convenient moment and the argument still remains the same re: likelihood Dryant is falsifying where his powers come from.

Painlord if you want to point me to a pathfinder rulebook list of what characters can and cannot know about spells, deities, class abilities I would read the link. You've never shown yourself to be a "why would you want to go down a level / I want to go up a level / It is spelled l. e. v. e. l." sort of player.

I think the core problem with playing Silfr (and unlike your dwarf & my human in the other campaign) is you prod me all the time and I respond.


Male Half-Elf Summoner (Synthesist) 1 / Paladin 2

Actually for the rates of instigation & responses, I found the following:

Silfr instigates 20 times gathering 7 responses

Dryant instigates 13 times gather 7 responses


You have too much time Mr. Silfir. :)


M Steinneblin (Rock Gnome) Paladin 13/Cavalier 1

Glitterdust from a scroll wasn't it? Could've been a Use Magic check?

Enlarge Person could come from a "domain cleric" who has picked 2 domains at random from the big list, who just this month happens to be obsessed with St Cuthbert out of all deities and is mumbling about it.

What matters most is what Detect Evil reveals about Dyrant :)


Male Half-Elf Summoner (Synthesist) 1 / Paladin 2

Gm_Chris - agreed.

When looking at the latest exchange I started to wonder if my perception about Dryant's frequent needling and instigating were perhaps not as one sided as they felt.

But reading 78 pages + 5 from recruitment was really tedious, since I included urls for each instigation/response in my notes.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

If you're interested in another, somewhat long-winded perspective on the Dyrant v. Silfr conversation...:

I say the following out of respect to D30 and Painlord, not to criticize or take sides between friends!

From my perspective, I think Dyrant and Silfr say things (and have thought bubbles) to provoke each other all the time. It's definitely not one-sided. We have some players who love banter and ball-busting (myself included), but it can get out of hand when done in writing. So I'm glad we're having this little conversation...

Painlord's made some efforts to also have Dyrant complement others for a job well done, although there are usually some passive aggressive barbs thrown in.

Silfr has had a grudge against Dyrant from the start, and I suggest it might be helpful to find some ways to thaw that out.

I'm not a big fan of constant bickering and grudges between PC's, though a certain level of sarcastic banter is fun... It's your choice though. Not meaning to railroad either of you.

As for metagaming in-character... D30, I agree that Spellcraft and similar rules make it reasonable for characters like Silfr to draw conclusions about other characters' abilities. You're clearly using evil eye, and that's something associated with witches in the metaphysics of this world.

However, I tend to share Painlord's perspective: I prefer to have some leeway to re-skin game abilities, perhaps describing a witch-classed character as gaining his abilities from an angel (even though the god itself has spurned him) and describing glitterdust as angelic light.

Or describing the 'haunted' oracle curse as having voices in your head, even though the book doesn't describe it that way.

D30 has done a great job of similarly re-skinning or renaming abilities: awesome names for spells, and making his eidolon a suit of armor rather than the usual creature.

These are all valid options, and I'm disinterested in needling each other about them, as long as the basic mechanic is the same.

Like Painlord, I wince a little when PCs speak too much in rules jargon. It's a roleplaying preference for me, more than anything. Insisting that we all use the same words in-character for our spells and such feels kind of limiting creativity wise.

I'd much rather have a DM describe a magic short sword as "Sting" than call it a "+1 short sword," though OOC I do need to know what it does. I would wince if a fighter said, "Surrender, troll, or I will cut you down with my +3 flaming greatsword!"

It is perfectly valid to say that Silfr grasps the overall concept of Dyrant's magic. However, using that terminology in-character kind of dismisses what Painlord is going for in-character, which to me has a lot of nice creativity to it (even though as a 'reader' I often find him to be an unsympathetic, sanctimonious character, and thank Painlord for throwing in some likeable comments here and there...).

A few things about witches:

  • The rulebooks say that witches get their powers from otherworldly outsiders. It's entirely within the realm of possibility to say that Dyrant's powers come from a proxy or servant of Cuthbert.

  • Dyrant *has* been honest about being spurned by Cuthbert himself. Although he continues to be a sanctimonious dork about 50-75% of the time. <grin>

  • Also, if Silfr and others have enough Spellcraft to identify witchly powers, they also would have enough knowledge to understand the first bullet point, and perhaps some notion that not all witches are evil cackling hags. It's fun to make jokes about witches, but I don't think we can argue that he has comprehensive knowledge and then say he believes all witches are evil or untrustworthy.

Why can't all of our fictional characters just get along?!? Cue Bay Area hippy folk music soundtrack.


Just to address one point on skills, I actually was proposing a process of elimination and not a single spellcraft roll. Dryant was apparently objecting to some sorts of game info being knowledge available at DC 15 to someone trained in the skill, which is the requirement "for basic questions". DC15 is what someone with 5+ ranks could auto-make by thinking on the topic for 60 seconds. It is reasonable that people would disagree on what constitutes "basic" info.

His class identity was a side issue that arose when I escalated our interactions, that had me thinking about my own behavior. I don't think it is worth pursuing that topic thread.

I am sad you think I had a grudge from the start against him though.

once upon a time in shackled city:

Maybe my perspective is different since I just read the thread and so saw Dryant's first actions (recruiting 95 & game 45) and how initially I tried to make a friendly connection with him (recruiting 122).

D30 didn't develop a grudge until Silfr spent some time sending a message to Atol (game 191) only to have Dryant intercept & destroy it (game 201). At that point I started to think Painlord was here to grief using Dryant. Unfortunately I engaged rather than ignored the behavior, unlike the other players, and continued to instigate and respond.

After the unpleasant events around game posts 2940-2961 I should have quit the game. Dryant's vitriol was confusing and initially I objected to his making up stuff about my characters views. But after you told me the conversation was a metaphorical continuation of a private message chat you two were having on real world religious beliefs, rereading his posts about Silfr being godless and so bad was a sour experience.

Anyways, seeing my text document of line over line of instigation and responses, and revisiting the 2940-2961 posts has made me unhappy with the character. I much preferred writing Petrel and the silly, funny interaction with Painlord's dwarf. I think Silfr walking off into the darkness would be a good time to remove myself from the campaign, where he can be eaten by a grue or something. I actually have not liked opening the thread for a while and apparently am not able to keep from instigating when Dryant gets boisterous. That text file, that behavior, is not the sort of person I want to be.


Half-Elf Barbarian (Urban Barbarian) 1, Alchemist (Internal Alchemist, Vivisectionist) 14
Stats:
Init +12 | Per 22* | F +17* R +19* W +9* | AC 35* (t20* f27* i22*) +1 crwd | CMD 33 | *many buffs

save Cauldron! save our party!:

I actually think that both Silfr and Dyrant are great, creative characters. I'd love to keep seeing both of them develop as characters, and enjoy having you in this campaign (and as a roommate), D30!

But we'll get plenty of other opportunities to game together, if this one just isn't gelling for you. :-]


At Silfir:

I see you're not at Endgame tomorrow so no chance to discuss this over dinner. I enjoy all the characters in this game, but I believe it has been difficult to separate the character from the person at times. I will greatly miss your posting, but also understand leaving. I've left a couple games also. There's just not enough free time to spend it on something you don't enjoy. Perhaps though, with the elephant in the room pointed out, you might enjoy the game again.

Whatever you decide, it's been fun and we'll connect elsewhere.

Maybe DM_Panic will find some more time in 2012.


M Steinneblin (Rock Gnome) Paladin 13/Cavalier 1

Without a doubt this game has had some of the best, memorable characters I've seen in a PbP.

However, I'm the first to recommend players retire a character and roll up a new one if they "just aren't feeling it."

Every game should have the feeling of - "I just can't wait to play so-and-so" going through your head when you drive to it/open your browser.

I tend to think of all campaigns level 1-4 as the time when players may try on 1, 2, even 3 characters trying to find one to ride out 10-20 levels with (barring DM executions).

I do have to admit that this part of the Shackled City adventure path has been a bit rough to get through in terms of the maps (and the elevations). It has nothing to do with GM_Chris, I can only imagine how confusing it would be without the maps.


At this time I'm going to proceed on without Silfir as he communes with whatever deity calls to him--did he ever decide on one? It's not the cleanest exit, but I don't want to hold up the action or play his character. If he changes his mind, he's welcome to pop back in.


Male Human (Per +6 | Fort +16 Ref +11 Will +21 | AC 29 (f28/t15) | CMD 20)

Everybody please remember to post your current HP in your status. I do look them over from time to time. I try to avoid the metagamy stuff, but if you're clearly injured I will heal you. A couple hit points here and there won't be noticed I think, but below half, or as our HP grow below a quarter should be visible enough to Atol.

Atol is a worrier and he tries to look out for the team. He can't do that if I can't see your status. It hurts Atol to have to be asked for healing. He prides himself in keeping everyone healthy - or at least away from death's door.

Thanks for helping me play Atol!

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